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take stock

C2 To take stock (of something) is to ​thinkcarefully about a ​situation or ​event and ​form an ​opinion about it, so that you can ​decide what to do: After two ​yearsspentteachingoverseas, she ​returnedhome for a ​month to take stock of her ​life.
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Translations of “take stock”
in Chinese (Simplified) 仔细考虑, 作出判断, 评估…
in Chinese (Traditional) 仔細考慮, 作出判斷, 評估…
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